About

Martina Soderlund P.Eng., BEMP, LEED AP® BD+C

Principal + Building Performance Specialist


As reLoad’s Principal, Martina provides expertise in technical sustainability and project energy performance. With a 16+ year career spanning Sweden, Canada and the USA, Martina has a comprehensive background providing building science and sustainable design guidance within architecture and engineering.


For the past 12 years Martina has worked in Canada with energy modeling and building performance. Martina’s experience and expertise cover a broad range of building performance metrics such as envelope and HVAC design, carbon and energy performance, design for daylight, thermal performance and energy analysis. Martina is an approved Building Energy Performance Modeler (BEMP) by ASHRAE, certified third party reviewer by CaGBC on their list for Experienced Energy Modeler’s, a trained Passive House Professional and has worked as a building performance simulation trainer with consultants in North-America and Europe. Martina is currently part of the local health authorities Task Force on Resilience Guidelines on Health Facility Design and Operations and champion climate resilience planning on her projects.

TOPIC AREAS OF EXPERTISE

• Energy & Carbon Performance

• Net Zero Design

• Design for Daylight

• Whole Systems Design

• Energy Codes, ASHRAE & NECB

• LEED – USGBC & CaGBC

CREDENTIALS

Accredited Professsional Engineer, P.Eng., APEGBC, 2015

• CaGBC’s List of Experienced Energy Modelers, 2012

• Accredited Building Energy Modeling Professional (BEMP), ASHRAE, USA, 2010

• LEED AP BD+C, LEED® Accredited Professional, U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), 2007

• BC Hydro Approved Energy Modeler through their New Construction Whole Building Design Program, 2008

Vincent Lo  

Building Energy Analyst 


Vincent is a Building Energy Analyst  with reLoad and is an integral part in effective delivery of high-performance projects within the firm. Vincent has more than 5 years experience as a mechanical designer and has a Diploma from BCIT in Mechanical Systems. Vincent’s education and experience provide a comprehensive background in sustainable design, building science, mechanical systems, and building energy performance. He’s involved in energy modeling on large projects including MURBs, institutional, offices, museums and industrial buildings. Approaching each project with a focus on sustainability ensures that clients can achieve substantial energy and carbon reductions, as well as cost-savings. Vincent is very well versed in the new BC Energy Step Code, ASHRAE Standards, NECB and LEED.

 

TOPIC AREAS OF EXPERTISE

• Energy Analysis

• Mechanical Systems

• Thermal Comfort

• IESVE, AutoCAD, REvit

• Energy Codes, ASHRAE & NECB

• LEED – USGBC & CaGBC

CREDENTIALS

Accredited Professional Applied Science Technologist, AScT, ASTTBC, 2019

• Mechanical Systems Technologist, DipT, BCIT, 2014


Toby Evans 

Building Energy Analyst 


As an energy modeler and analyst with reLoad, Toby is involved in energy modeling, embodied carbon analysis, daylight studies and thermal comfort analysis on large projects including MURBs, Institutional, Offices, Museums and Industrial buildings. He brings his expertise and education in architectural design and building science and a strong interest in carbon responsible design, understanding the operational and embodied carbon of buildings and performing carbon studies on renewable energy options.  

 

Toby strives to help create spaces which are functional and healthy with an emphasis on long term energy, carbon and cost savings. Toby has completed the BCESC and Passive House standards course through the High Performance Building Lab at BCIT.


TOPIC AREAS OF EXPERTISE

•  Architectural Systems Design

•  IESVE, Revit, AutoCAD, Sketchup

•  Energy Analysis

•  Energy Codes & Passive House

•  BC Energy Step Code

CREDENTIALS

• Architectural Draftsperson, BArchSci, BCIT, 2020

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January 2016